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Programming RF Control Options Using MXEditor
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The RF Setup window opens after selecting RFControl from the Program Menu.
NOTE:The RF basestation (MRF 200) is an accessory to the MX 800 remote control.
The MX 700 and the MX 200 Sidekick do not output RF (radio frequency) com
mands, so cannot be used with the MRF 200 RF basestation.
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The RF Setup window enables you to adjust the properties of RF Control by clicking on the intersection of a row and a column
and then selecting from the pull down list box the property you want. All of your devices are displayed. You can set each device
individually to be controlled by clicking on the cell you want to change. After clicking, a list box of options will appear.
controls how the MX 800 will send com
IR and RF Both RF signals and IR com
mands are sent from the
MX800. The RF signals will
also be issued as IR com
mands by the MRF 200.
IR Only IR commands are sent from
the MX800, as a result the MRF 200
does not send any commands.
RF Only RF signals are sent from the
MX800, as a result only IR com
mands from the MRF 200 are
received by the device.
enables you to select which MRF 200
receiver will receive the commands for this
device.Thus, you can send commands to a device
in another location via a second MRF 200 placed
in that location (up to 16 in one house).
Note: In a system with only one MRF 200 receiv
er, this does not need to be adjusted.